How Labour Will Win in 2020

I tend towards the free market way of thinking as I believe that in a genuine free market, not skewed by heavy regulation and...

Trump’s Tariffs and the New Politics

Recently President Trump signed executive orders imposing a new 25% tariff on imports of steel and aluminium. The move has been met with disapproval...

Could tax devolution be the boost Wales needs?

With the 2017 Wales Act receiving Royal Assent at the end of January, removing the need for a referendum before it can occur, tax...

The Necessity of a Multi-Party Brexit

When the lengthy Brexit negotiations between Britain and the European Union finally end, no one is going to be entirely happy with the result....

Politicians are to blame for the 2008 Recession

No one has sought to examine the blame politicians across the world deserve for the 2008 Recession as they are too busy bashing our...

Two Ways Liam Fox Can Achieve His Mission

Let’s work with the willing. Let’s work with those countries and British expatriates that want to increase trade and investment Liam Fox, Secretary of State...

Don’t blame Brexit for the return of British holidays

The Brexit result cannot be blamed entirely upon the return of the traditional British holiday; this is a trend that started in 2008. The Daily...

Sport needs Social Enterprise and Activism

The Commonwealth Games is a combination of sports, enterprise and social justice. I was a volunteer at the 2014 Commonwealth Games in Glasgow and I...

Labour Majority Now Inevitable

Jeremy Corbyn is the enigma of modern politics, and now it's inevitable he will win the next general election. Jeremy Corbyn's 'far' leftwing views were...

Let’s bring back some common sense not Britannia

Since the EU Referendum several Brexiteer Tory MPs, including some of Secretaries of State, have argued that the Government should commission the construction of a...

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